ATLANTA — Georgia State Law’s highly regarded Center for Law, Health & Society ranked No. 3, up from No. 8 in 2014, in the annual U.S. News & World Report rankings released March 10. This is the ninth consecutive year it has been named one of the top 10 health law programs by… more »
With classes set to begin in fall 2015, Georgia State University College of Law recently launched a master of law (LL.M.) program for foreign-trained attorneys who want to advance their careers and become eligible to practice law in the United States.
The LL.M. offers two tracks. Graduates in the Bar Preparation track will be able… more »
“When I was young, I thought everybody processed information the way I did. I didn’t know I was different,” said best-selling author Temple Grandin, professor of animal sciences at Colorado State University and an autism advocate. “I was not allowed to become a recluse.”
Diagnosed with autism at the age of 4 when… more »
Third-year health law certificate students Iliana Uzunova (J.D. ’15), Barb Rogers (J.D. ’15), and Nirvi Shah (J.D. ’15) attended “Advanced Health Care Law” with assistant law professor Erin Fuse Brown on Oct. 17. The Health Law Section of the State Bar and the Institute of Continuing Legal Education hosted the day-long program.
The speakers included… more »
Robin Elliott often tells the story of how her son, Zack, died, but it never gets easier. Each time, she relives how her 21-year-old son was found dead in the backseat of a car, because his friends were too afraid to call 911 when he overdosed.
Because they were high, his friends didn’t stop at… more »
ATLANTA – Georgia State University College of Law and its Center for Law Health & Society have selected 10 faculty fellows to participate in the Future of Public Health Law Education: Faculty Fellowship Program. The program is funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to foster innovations and build a learning community among those who… more »